California leading the way on the economy

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11 Nov 2013 11:23 #61

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Replied by Blazer Bob on topic California leading the way on the economy

And they are still leading. What a shit hole. Thinking about moving to SF and getting a job power washing human feces off the street

"Starting In 2020 Public Schools Across California Will No Longer Suspend Students For Disobeying Teachers, Because Too Many Students Of Color (Non-Whites) Get Suspended"

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Something the Dog Said wrote: Since the Democrats have taken back control of the California government, California is leading the nation in job creation
"California contributed more than 15 percent of the nation’s new jobs between October 2011 and October 2012 - adding more jobs in 12 months than Texas and the rest of the other top-10 fastest-growing states combined - while home building is bouncing back and demand for houses is increasing."

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-18563_162-5 ... -creation/

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"Of the 171,000 new jobs the entire U.S. added in October, 27 percent were in California. And since the beginning of the year, California has added nearly 300,000 jobs, outperforming Texas by a decent margin and outpacing New York by more than 2 to 1."

http://www.scpr.org/blogs/economy/2012/ ... tober-sta/

Unemployment fell from the above 10 percent level that it suffered under the Republican control to the highest growth of new jobs in the country.

If we can only hang on until we get the GOP clowns out of the House, then we will see an improved economy.

01 Jan 2020 20:03 #62

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Replied by Blazer Bob on topic California leading the way on the economy

Something the Dog Said wrote: The trend of people leaving CA was caused by the policies of the CA GOP. Now that the economy is turning around, that trend will be reversing as the rate of new jobs keeps growing.


Does CA still have a GOP?
01 Jan 2020 20:06 #63

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Replied by ScienceChic on topic California leading the way on the economy

A question: do you think that suspension is the best method of redirection/behavior correction for kids ages 6-11?

Starting next school year, it will be illegal for public schools in the state to suspend students in first through fifth grade for willfully defying teachers or administrators.

Then, from 2021 through 2025, it will be temporarily extended to kids in grades six through eight.

I could understand objecting to suspending high schoolers, because they are nearing adulthood and better understand the non-immediate consequences of their actions, but I don't think that first graders would get the proper learning experience from suspension. Punishment for younger ages needs to be more immediate, finite, and localized (e.g. you take a cookie you didn't get permission to have, you lose the cookie and have to go stand in the corner for 15min. Making them stay home the next day(s) after doesn't process in their brains as tied to the wrong action they took).

I think suspension is appropriate for middle school age, but it has to be for something more egregious than "willfully defying teachers." Sorry, but that's too subjective, it has to be concrete actions that put other student's or staff's safety at risk.
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02 Jan 2020 08:15 #64

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Replied by FredHayek on topic California leading the way on the economy

Blazer Bob wrote:

Something the Dog Said wrote: The trend of people leaving CA was caused by the policies of the CA GOP. Now that the economy is turning around, that trend will be reversing as the rate of new jobs keeps growing.


Does CA still have a GOP?


Texas is GOP totally and they are gaining residents. NY State, California, and Illinois are all looking at losing a congressional seat. Colorado and Montana will probably get one after the census. Will be interesting to see how the gerrymandering will work here, another seat in the suburbs, maybe the southern burbs?
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02 Jan 2020 10:34 #65

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Replied by FredHayek on topic California leading the way on the economy

California recently passed a bill trying to help out workers trapped in the "gig economy", but the workers themselves are not very happy about it. Independent truckers have even got the courts to hold off on the bill for a while. Writers and other independent contractors are also worried about it hurting their income. I can imagine truckers and writers leaving the state. You don't need to live in Cali to do either occupation. So California could add to their power shortages by adding writer and trucker shortages.
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02 Jan 2020 10:38 #66

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Replied by Blazer Bob on topic California leading the way on the economy

Something the Dog Said wrote: Since the Democrats have taken back control of the California government, California is leading the nation in job creation....


Good job California.

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23 Feb 2020 11:47 #67

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